Although the Padfone is currently the center of attention, we are also pleased to present the MeMO 3D, a very interesting device as well. His official presentation has also coincided with that of the Padfone. Although I wonder if his presentation could have a place at CeBIT 2011 if it were not for the 3D of the MeMO. Since it is simply an update of a tablet. As the name suggests, the MeMO 3D has a three-dimensional screen and is used with glasses and according to the press release, only horizontally.
The 7 "tablet, which runs on Android Honeycomb, brings with it a magic pen (Stylus), like the HTC Flyer. In relation to this pen, the MeMO 3D is probably used to take notes by hand, but also worse for Synchronize with the cloud. The tablet also comes with a UMTS module and another feature worth mentioning is a small Bluetooth-powered mobile phone headset that, in other words, plays the role of a remote control. With this small device , you can make calls without having to put the 7 "tablet on your cheek, much more comfortable, really.
As for the detailed technical sheet there are still many questions in the air. They will probably be solved during the next Computex.
According to the official press release:
The Eee Pad MeMO 3D is designed to be an alternative take on the 10-inch tablet that is fast becoming a standard size. This portrait-orientated device has a 7-inch multi-touch screen that can be used in the usual way with Android 3 Honeycomb applications, but theres also the added function of a stylus support, which means users can switch to handwriting input and treat the MeMO 3D much like a digital notepad. The bundled MeMIC Bluetooth headset makes it ideal for listening to music and making calls too, but flip the MeMO 3D into landscape orientation and it becomes a glasses-free 3D display that adds a new dimension to mobile entertainment.
Now we provide two videos for those who are interested in the Eee Pad MeMO 3D (sources: Android Netbookers and Honeycomb.com) and so have a closer look at this device.
And now, a Phandroid video:
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